Motorola: 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Advanced with 960×540. Yet another Super AMOLED variety. Likely a RGBW or RGBG PenTile Matrix sub-pixel structure. Motorola focuses on video playback, and rightly so. Compared to the iPhone 4/4S it has a larger display but less pixels. And about that 7.1-mm thinness: How thick is the fat part?
Update: Brian Klug, AnandTech:
The thing that gets left out of most discussions about the RAZRâ€™s display is that although RGBG is used, the subpixels have a different geometry than their RGBG first and second generation (AMOLED and Super AMOLED) partners from Samsung. Previously, green subpixels were noticeably thinner than their R and B partners. In this new matrix, theyâ€™re much closer to being same size (this also applies to the Galaxy Nexus and any of the new Samsung AMOLED panels that donâ€™t use RGB stripes).
With respect to the RAZR, the combination of this more uniform subpixel geometry and higher effective resolution (qHD) at 4.3â€ makes RGBG PenTile nowhere near as visually noticeable as it was on phones like Galaxy S. I originally tweeted that I found the RAZR display visually different than other AMOLED panels with RGBG, and this is what I was referring to. Subjectively Iâ€™d even say that the RAZR has less characteristic PenTile grain than the RGBW LCD variants Iâ€™ve seen recently.
PenTile Matrix, but with less of the disadvantages. Color accuracy is still an issue, time will tell whether it will be less of one.